Roman Music Therapy Services
Providers

Please share the picture of your provider with your child. It will make a great deal of difference the first day of class.

photo Katie Bagley

Katie Bagley is a graduate of Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy and a minor in Psychology. She has worked with children and adults in a variety of settings, including: bereavement groups, inclusion classrooms, oncology, brain injury recovery, skilled nursing facilities, hospice, and Sprouting Melodies classes. 

Katie is also certified as a Neurologic Music Therapist. Her passion is providing services at both the beginning and end of life; within this range, emphasizing person-centered treatment and symptom management through music, particularly in dementia care. She strives to help individuals grow optimally and experience a full life.
A lover of animals, travel, and the outdoors, Katie continues to be an avid learner of the rich world of music therapy, choir repertoire, and psychology. Her favorite instrument is the piano. She loves to sing by the campfire and collect sea glass.


 

     
photo Kathy McCann

Kathy McCann received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts from Mount Saint Mary College in New York, and studied at Berklee College of Music. She graduated from the Music Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Master’s Program at Lesley University. Kathy completed internships at the Kelliher Center in Arlington, MA, a community based day and employment support center for adults with developmental disabilities, and at the Gifford School in Weston, MA, where she worked with children with special academic, behavioral and emotional needs.

Kathy comes to Roman Music Therapy Services with a wide range of past and professional experiences that have further strengthened her commitment to providing services to those in need. In addition to her previous work as a medical secretary, piano teacher and nanny, Kathy has spent the last decade and a half working for a benefits services program for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Kathy is very excited to join the Roman Music Therapy Services team, and to work with a diverse group of clients. She is especially passionate about working with children and adults with developmental disabilities, and providing services to those in hospice and palliative care.

     
photo Mary Kerrigan

Mary Kerrigan graduated from Immaculata University in Pennsylvania, in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy degree. She completed her yearlong internship experience at Massachusetts Hospital School in Canton, MA, working with children and adolescents between the ages of 6 to 22 years old with multiple disabilities. She also has clinical music therapy experience with the elderly, early childhood, and adults in psychiatric care. She currently works with adults with developmental disabilities in the Worcester area. She is excited to join the team at Roman Music Therapy Services and to continue to provide services to clients with developmental disabilities, especially children.

     
photo Laetitia Brundage

Laetitia Brundage received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy from Marylhurst University in Marylhurst, OR. She completed her internship at Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston, a pediatric burn care hospital. In addition to her time spent working in medical music therapy, she has experience working with children and adolescents with developmental disabilities in both group and one on one settings. She has also worked with babies and toddlers in early childhood music settings. Most recently, Laetitia has discovered a love for working with post-combat veterans.  

Outside of practicing music therapy, Laetitia enjoys writing her own music for piano and voice.  She released an album, "Draw some Monsters", with her band Tik Tok in 2013.  While being a new mom put the band on the back burner,she continues to write songs, often with her son improvising right along at the piano!

Laetitia has a strong passion for helping others find and harness their strengths through the power of music and human connection.